(Alcune riflessioni sulla motivazione.) (This post is in English and Italian) At the beginning of this post, I will share a thought by Charles Duhigg from his book ‘Smarter, Faster, Better’. He writes, “If enthusiasm is to be aroused in people, they must first of all be given a sense of self-reliance and freedom.” (the… Read More A few thoughts on motivation.
Inspiration can be a “Hard Find” for anyone at every level. Perhaps, we are little unorganized, tired, too busy (barely staying afloat). There are countless reasons why we may lack inspiration. We can easily forget that it is the fuel that we need to make it through this long journey. You have no purpose without… Read More What is your Why?
Sometimes we hold on too long… Your emotions will thrive on good or bad energy you feed yourself. If you feed yourself good emotions your skin will glow as some people will say. Feed your emotions bad vibes and it too will reflect. Sometimes as hard as you may try to feed yourself good emotions… Read More The importance of expelling negative emotions in your life
On the cover of my copy of Daniel Goleman’s book entitled ‘Emotional Intelligence’ we can read, among other things: “Success in life depends not only on the intellect, but on the ability to manage emotions.” (the translation is from Polish) This is true. Emotions perform important functions in our lives. Therefore, it is good to… Read More Some thoughts on Daniel Goleman’s “Emotional Intelligence” (by Dariusz Łukasik)
Two men were trapped by a blizzard in the mountains. They were forced to abandon the vehicles they were using in search of shelter. After much effort, they found a place and luckily there were a few pieces of wood where they could warm their bodies. But unfortunately they didn’t have anything to start the fire.… Read More Caught In A Blizzard
At https://mhanational.org/what-emotional-intelligence-and-how-does-it-apply-workplace we can find a definition of emotional intelligence. Here it is:
“Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the ability to manage both your own emotions and understand the emotions of people around you. There are five key elements to EI: self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills.”… Read More Some thoughts and quotes on emotional intelligence
“Our lives are often turbulent. Each of us experiences some form of anxiety from time to time, we fear something. But what are anxiety, fear and dread? How do we define them? I have included definitions of these three terms in the glossary at the end of this book.”… Read More WHAT ARE ANXIETY, APPREHENSION AND FEAR? WHY ARE THEY PRESENT IN OUR LIVES? (some extracts from my third book)
A piece of iron for $2.50. If forged into a horseshoe, the price would be $5.0. If it is forged into a needle, the price will rise to $17. If it is forged and shaped into a knife, the price will double to $35. If formed into a Rolex watch needle, the price jumps again… Read More Lesson From Iron
As difficult as it is, it teaches you how to control your emotions The loudest mouth in the room seldom wins. Be quiet, analytical, and sharp. Listen and hear what is being said. Take time to respond. If you’re in the dock and someone is pushing you to respond to questions, i.e. in an argument.… Read More Why you should learn to keep quiet and observe
“Most fears are unnecessary for us, they do us no good, excessive stress prevents us from enjoying life and living the so-called fulfilled life. We are not made to be afraid. Just think: if someone were to ask you “Is it better to be afraid or not to be afraid?” your answer would probably be obvious, because anxiety, fear and worry are mostly associated with something negative. Yes, sometimes fear or anxiety has a positive function, but in general the ideal state is a life without fears and anxieties.”… Read More I am new here but I am full of ideas for us all.
What is Gaslighting? Gaslighting is: 1. “A form of intimidation or psychological abuse, sometimes called Ambient Abuse where false information is presented to the victim, making them doubt their own memory, perception and quite often, their sanity.” Link 2. “Gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse in which a person or group causes someone to question their own… Read More Gaslighting is another form of Abuse
Everyone must have a goal to achieve. What is the purpose of our life in this world? Accumulate as much wealth as possible? Because we think that by having abundant wealth our lives will definitely be guaranteed and we will be happy all our lives. Who doesn’t know about Solomon? A king who was very… Read More The Final Destination
On March 17, 2012, the world seemed to pause. Fabrice Muamba suddenly fell without physical contact with other players, then unconscious in the 41st minute, during the FA Cup final match between Bolton and Tottenham Hotspur. Muamba had a heart attack. Muamba’s heart had stopped beating for 78 minutes. However, he was saved after 15… Read More I’m Still Standing
It’s a cliche right… though it’s the realest key to victory by far. Nothing outshines this truth. Believe in yourself and you can move mountains. Believe in yourself and time will be nothing but a number. No matter how long, how far, and how hard it takes if you, believe in yourself and you will… Read More Believe in yourself
Your time is limited on this planet. Human beings can survive only once. Then you go wherever you have committed to go after your life ends. But your emotional growth should never stop developing until your time on this planet is up. Yes, you can worry about the afterlife… which shows greater vision by living… Read More Why emotionally intelligent people understand that growth never ends